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Drawn For The Dee The post Bswspapor artists of tha eoantr-j eentrlbaM tb4r boat work for Be reader. THE WEATHER. . Fair VOL. XLIV NO. 303. OMAHA, MONDAY MOKNINd. .ll'XK i:n; SINGLE COPY TWO CENTS. 1 WILSON NOTE TO KAISER DELAYED; REASON NOTTOLD Communication Not Cabled, Though it is Known President Vir tually Had Com pleted It. MYSTERY IN POSTPONEMENT Belief Exists in Some Quarters Inac tion Due to Desire to Give Germany Time. OFFICIALS DENY THIS IS SO WASHINGTON, June 6. The note which President Wilson, with the approval of his cabinet, had pre pared to be sent to Germany Insist ing on an adherence to the rules of international law in the conduct of maritime warfare, was not cabled yes terday. -Word camo from the White House in the forenoon that it had been virtually finished, but the doc ument was not given to the legal officers of the State department to day as had been expected. The reason for the delay In t!ie dis patch of the note was not revealed. Pres ident Wilson played golf durtn the morning and went motoring after luncheon with members or nis rmnny, returning to the White House aftrr sun down. Secretary Aryan went driving In the afternoon. Counsellor Robert Lan sing went to the baso hall game. Won't nr When. ' Officials declined to say when the note would be cabled or what Its status was: The fact thnt the president practically finished it led to the belief that Secretary Pryan would study it tonight and tomor row ond that It would be given to Coun sellor I.anring and otner officials of the east of Lake City. ltnn.. according to . State department Monday for revision of legal detull. . If the communication is not sent be-1 fore Monday night it would hardly teach Ambassador Gerard before .Wednesday fo: presentation to the German foreign of flc;, ns about forty-eight hours Is al lowed by officials now for transmission of messages via Ixmdon and Copenhagen to Berlin. In .:mc quarters the delay In sending the note was thought to bo due to a de sire to give Myer Qerhardt, personal en voy of Count von Bernstorff, the German ambassador, now en route to Berlin on a Danish vessel, an opportunity to reach Germany about ' the time the Imperial government would be " considering the American rejoinder. ' Officials 'declined, however, to admit that this was a factor In the situation. .Vote from Britain. Sir Cecil Spring-Rice, the British am bassador here, has transmitted a note from the British government solemnly assuring the United States that the Lual- tsnla was not armed. This assurance cenforma with the Investigation con ducted by American officials before the ship was given clearance from New York by Collector Dudley Field Malone. Affidavits claiming that Oustav Stahle saw guns mounted on the Lusltanla were still under Investigation by the Depart ment of Justice, but officials declared no evidence had been adduced to prove the statements made In the affidavits. Auto Tourists Are Here in Numbers Transcontinental auto tourists are now stopping off at Omaha in large numbers. The hotels and garages report that Sat urday and Sunday were the biggest days they had enjoyed with the motorists, the latter evidently now being on the road !n goodly numoeri, going Dotn east ami aest. Clerk H. H. Wllhlte at Hotel Fontenelle said last cven'ng that at least twenty five auto parties had registered at tho Fontenelle since Friday morning, and he had reservations for a number that would arrive today and Tuesday. The Omaha Auto club hss headquarters In the hotel, ' where all autolsts passing through are welcomed. ELECTRICAL JOBBERS MEET AT EXCELSICR SPRINGS FXCFT-MOR PPRT'C Mo.. .Tun. ! Special .Telegram.) The Missouri Valley club of electrical Jobbers held a meeting today at the Kims hotel here. About fifty were In attendance from Chicago, Pt. Louis, Omaha, Uneoln, Kansas City and Iowa. The eaWther Forecast of weather for Monday and Tuesday: For Nebraska and Iowa Fair; rising temperature. Temperature at Omaha Yesterday. Hours. Deg. 6 a. m fJ) a. m M T a. m 2 t a m 4 a. m M lu a. m M j 11 a. m Ml 12 m fc6 : 1 p. m Wj 2 p. in i I 3 p. m f 4 p. m fi I p. m 64 p. m 4 7 p. m 2 Loral Kerd. 1915. iSH I'd! e to 47 6 44 43 M , (A 74 72 0 , OS 01 .01 .00 Comparative Highest yesterday.. Lowest yesterday... Mtsn temperature.. prectpUailon Temperature and precipitation depar- lures from the normal: Normal temperature S Ieflclency for ths day ( Total deficiency alnoo Msrcb 1 U Normal precipitation 1 inch TeflcUncy for ths day II Inch Total rainfall since March 1. ... 44 Inches fef iclency sine March 1 i Inch tDeflctencv for cor. period. 11)1 4.. .4 Inch Excess for cor. period. Wli 1 o Inches If i "SOME" LIFE BUOY Ships of the English navy are being Curley buoy, each capable of sustaining forty-five men in the iiW ' - ' M'-JiS&.-. --vjsfW,siMPsr-- -i- i -ffs'sai Jtikrfr m-r r -i r ' v,.. $u APPLAUSE GREETS BISHOP BRISTOL Sermon Interrupted Several Times by Applause His Health is Now Restored. TALKS AT FIRST METHODIST Bishop Frank M. Bristol preached a strong home mission sermon at the First Methodist church Sunday morning to a congregation much larger than usual. His presence in the pulpit, after a long and very seri ous Illness, from which he seemt to have entirely recovered, called forth numerous beautiful floral gifts, and a vigorous outburst of welcoming applause greeted the bishop when he was Introduced by the pastor, Rev. Titus Lowe. During the sermon the normal dignity and quiet of the church was broken sev eral times by applause or laughter, the demonstrative response .testifying to the bishop's restored vigor of presence and delivery, and to his well known ability as an orator and humorist as well aa a preacher. A large thank offering toward the Woman's Home Missionary society was collected at the close of the sen-ice. The beautiful flowers placed around the pul pit in honor of the bishop were sent to sick people. Tells of Poor Widow. Preliminary to his sermon the dis tinguished divine told the scriptural story of the widow's mites, and the story about the woman who annointed Jesus with the costly contents of an alabaster box. His theme was based on Christ's re mark, -She hath done what she could. Lauding Christian womanhood and the Influence and efforts of all women for good, the bishop continued: "The religion of Jesus is the only re ligion that believes In womanhood, and the Christian religion Is the only one In which woman really believes. She may adhere to some other, because of love for her husband or because of fear, but Christianity Is the only religion In which she honestly believes. First Mlrnele for a Woman. . "Jesus performed His first miracle for a woman, and to a woman he first re vealed his- Messiahshlp. women sianu behind the great epochs and events of history. It has even been said that 'what woman wUla, God wills.' "The Christlanlistlon of England was accomplished through the help of the Christian princess. Bertha; the education of Martin Luther and the resultant Lu theran reformation was made possible ny woman, and the devotion or uuianna Weslev made POSSIDIO me irwniim ' her two sons, the fathers of Methodism. All were great home missionary move ments, fostered by women. Pleading for "a vision to taKe in xne Immediate surroundings. as well as dis tant places and needs, Bishop Bristol urged greater Christian activity at home, lu Omaha and in this country, as well as abroad. Two Mexicans to Be Returned to Villa , ... , .rt Ml.uel Mamas'1'" ' claim to me piainurrs in in.. who deserted from Oeneral . Villa's army.""- The latter charge that the Home to escape being shot, and after dodging ' "take built a dam and stored the water Immlgatlo.. of-1 n-r r. - 1 : , whl. h they allege rightfully belonged to to Omaha, will be returned. (them. Local officers arrested the pair from. The Homestake denies their right and descriptions :ri.ln.e'l " tr'Hr from iclalms the poasesslon and uae undlaputed the United States Imni:i:.-:.i:..n fvr.l"- et 'of the water right for so many years St. Louis. They are being held for the gives them full title. Many of the old government officials and wUI ba taken timers who have not been in town for a back t where they crossed the boundary qusrter of a century are her as w1t line, and shoved across. nesses. The Homestake is said to have i ' paid originally over t7S,iiO0 for the water QTAW! PY milNTY STOCKMAN w niihiai . - - FOUND GUILTY SECOND TIME PIERRE. S. P., June . (Srclnl Tele. grsm.) A verdict of guilty wss returned by the Jury today In the case In whlcn Herman Ronnenscheln. a prominent Stan ley county stockman, was charged with having, In company with othera, stolen two cars of cattle wh'eh were shipped from Lantry, but stopped st Mobrldjc snd returned to the owners. A stay of sentence Is given to July 27, when Judge Sherwood will heal" a motion for a new trial. Bonnenechlen wss placed under bond of It." for appesrsnce. This Is a second conviction, the first being In Stanley county. Arotlur charge yet stands against ths defendants. Big Road Show to Put on First Full Bill This Evening Thin evening Ak-Par-Ben "Road Show" is to burst Into activity at the Den for the first time this year. The season's Initiations and shows are to begin. Con siderably over 1,700 members have been signed up, and It In expected that a large proportion of them will appear for the initiation and show this evening which Is to start promptly at 8:16 o'clock. TERRE HADTE HAS A RIYALjN TEXAS 42 Indicted in Corpus Christ!, In cluding Federal, County and City Officials. ELECTION FRAUDS CHARGED f l, V-i- Jl vuwa.w u ruptlon of an election were taken yes terday against forty-two persons, in cluding prominent city and county officials, by the United States grand Jury here, which has concluded an extensive investigation into alleged frauds in the election of last No vember. The federal court took. Jur isdiction here as in the Terre Haute cases because three congressmen were voted' for In tl ' district. Bonds for the indictod men were set at various sums from lin.000 to j00 and all of those arrested except several Mexi cans had been released on bond tonight. United States Judge Waller T. Burns set the trials for a special term of federal court here .September . Among those named In the Indictments are T. II. Southgate, United States com missioner; W. B. Hopkins, district judge; Walter P. Timon, county judge.; Claude Fowler, chief of police; Michael B. Wright, sheriff; Russell Savage, city at torney, and minor county officials, city policemen and private cltlxens. Of the forty-two Indicted, thirty-eight were whites, of whom eight were Mexicans, and four were negroes. Homestake Fighting . For Its Water Right DEADWOOn, a n., June S.-Specla() Not In many years has there been a suit of such general Interest In this part of the Rlack Hills as the trial of the case - In tho , circuit court here ' before Judge McNenny of former Congressman E. W. Martin, Qua Kellar and other local men against the. Homestake Mining com pany for possession of the water tight in tho old Carbonate district west of here, known as the Moore-Lardner water right. .The water, right. It la , claimed, was originally located by Lardner, Clark and Moore In 1X77, the Homeetake buying It from them and for about thrty-flv years using, it. Some time later, it is alleged, the late Oeorge W. Hoshier lo cated a mining claim In the district which' covered the water right and then "ht In question. Hindenburg Misses Walk Among Trees HANOVER (Via London). June Field Marshal von Hindenburg, writing to a frlcnl ru Hanover, whero ths field marshal resided before ths war ex pressed a longing to walk among the trees of the city sddlng: . "Hut the treacherous Intervention of Italy baa postponed the time for such re creation. The hours of the campaign will thereby be prolonged, but nothing rsn now change the final result. I aro firmly comlnced of this." supplied with this large-size water. OBREGON REPORTS BIG VILLA DEFEAT Carranza General Deolares He. Has Captured All of Letter's Trains At Leon. BATTLE ALONG 300-MILE FRONT VERA CRUZ, June 6. Defeat of the forces of Oeneral Angeres and Villa, the capture of the town of Leon and of all of Villa's trains and artillery, was announced in a report of Oeneral Obregon of the Carransa army received today. The report says: "I have achieved an important victory. After a five days' battle, Angeles and Villa with small groups of followers, fled In different directions. Our forces are pursuing them north of Leon. "Leon has been occupied by the Car ran la troops. All the enemy's trains and artillery were captured. The battle ex tended, oyer a sone of 800 mile W-haw.orflewd the reconstruction of v 1 17 mm vraava muu ica i s.i'ii with Vers, Crux." Italian Invaders Advancing Slowly r ,i m 1 in bOUtnem JL rVOl PARIS, June 8. The Havas News agency received today a dispatch from Chlasso, Swltierlsnd, saying that the In vading Italian forces are making steady, but slow progress In ihe southern Tyrol, and that the Austrian Mllltaiv authori ties have decide! In rerrove the civil population from inn reflir.. The Inhabi tants of tho town of .Mori have been transferred to Inncsbrueck. The situa tion In the southern Tyrol la serious on account of the lack of provisions. Widespread Opium Plot is Discovered SAN FRANCISCO, Ca., June a-Revela- Uons of an aH,eg,l protected opium traf fic involving attorneys, employes of the state board , of pharmacy, membera ot the Ban Frinclsco police department and a variety of underworld characters are made In a series ot affidavits presented to John Francis Neylan, presWcnt of the board of control. In an. official hearing and madn public today. The affidavits were obtained by Chief Inspector Frederick A. Sutherland of the board of pharmacy. The hearing on them all will be resumed Monday. Suth erland charges that four members of the state board were remiss In not pressing accusations which he made to them. : Three ' Inspectors of the board 'are oharged with accepting bribes. William White, a brother of the chief of police. Is one of them. White said he would prefsr charges against Butherlaud, who, he said, had' accumulated much property, He and every other man named In tha charges denied mem. , Persecution of Tom Toy, a Chinese In- veatlgator, after It- became known that he was reporting to the' board also Is charged. The Chinese, It Is asserted, was arrested repeatedly without cause, while a womtn named In the affidavits as pay ing f60 per week protection money Is also declared to have suffered like persecu tion when she stopped doing so. Con fiscated opium, the charges state, was sold after It had been used as evidence. France and Belgium Grow Crops for Foesj " " BERLIN. June . (Via Indon.) Tho Prussian minister of agriculture In- foimed the budget committee of the Diet todsy t-at Ocrmon troops hd planted m per cent of the i.rsble area of the oc cupied territory In Belgium and France. Grain and potatoes were planted. The nilnlbter added that the cultivation of the Moor landa of Germany would not materially affect the fond supply. REPUBLICANS VICTORIOUS IN WILMINGTON ELECTION WILMINGTON. DeL. June .-Tha hi- ennlal city election In Wilmington today was carried by the republicans. James K. Brlre, republican, wus elected mayor over J. H. r'pruan-e, democrat, by a vote of I.UOO U t.axi. U.S. POSSE INYADES MEXICO AND HOLDS UP YILLAGARR1S0N Ten Arirona Cowboys and Miners Take Two Kidnaped Boys from Santa Crui at the Foint of Guns. 150 SOLDIERS STANDING BY Captured Youths Driven Over Boun dary on Foot by Mounted Men. PAIR SEIZED UPON THIS SIDE 1 NOOALES, Aril.. June 6. A j posse of ten American cowboys and j miners rode eight miles across the 'border Into Santa Crui, Sonera, late 'today and, leveling their guns at the j colonel commanding the garrison while 150 Mexican soldiers looaea on, secured the Immediate release of two American boys kidnaped early today by three soldiers on the Arizona side of the border. Makes o Resistance. The colonel gave up hla two 17-year-old prisoners. Oeorge Vaughn, son of the storekeeper at Duqueane, and Henry Chang, son of a Chinese-American eltl- sen of Washington camp, Aria., without resistance and the posse rode triumph antly back to the United Plates. Fanta Cms is garrisoned by forces of Jose Maytorena. the Villa governor of Sonora. Wslilngton Camp, where the Mo leans captured the boys, and Cuquesne are border settlements twenty five miles east of here. What was expected to be gained by the kidnaping of the boys was not ascer tained. Boys Drlren Ahead. O. K. Franklin, a miner, reported the kidnaping. He saw the three Mexican soldiers, mounted, near the border driv ing tho boys, who were on foot, ahead of them at the point of revolvers. The boys' hands were tied. Army officers were notified, as was Bberlff W. It. McKnlght, who promptly started out from here with a posses. Meantime, cowboys and miners from Duquesne had taken the trail with the announced Intention, which they pro ceeded to carry out, of going Into Fonora to rescue the boys. Roosevelts Are Off For New. Orleans Trip NEW. YORK, June . Theodore Roose- Velt. accompan. by Mra. Wooeev.lt, left ' hM., today for Np. Orleans. Ths colonel was said to have nearly recovered from si Injuries which he sustained reoently while horseback riding at Oyster Bay. At New Orleans the colonel and Mrs. Roosevelt will meet John Parker, an old friend of the former president. As Mr. Parker guests thny win go to rai i Chrmtian. where they will board M 1 Parker's yacht. For several days th Parker' guests thny will go to Pass r. they will cruise about the Islands, which have been set aside as bird refuges. Colonel Roosevelt expects to arrive In New Orleans on Monday and to return to New York by June 14. Two Earth Shocks Are Felt at Frisco ran franirco. cai.. June i-TwoiWomen of Denmark slight but distinct earthquarkes, separated by a fraotlon of a seoond. were felt gen - . erally throughout the city at 9:51 o'clock; , this morning. No damage was reported. 1 ' At the I'nlverslty of California In Ilcrkeley, across the bay, where tha shocks also were felt. Prof. A. U. Lawson of the Mineralogy and Oeoglogy depart- ment. who aunervlsaa tha selsmorrsnh rerords. said the temblor was compara- lively inaigniricant- Observers at Lasaon Peak reported ths volcano somnolent and that no earth quake had been felt In that region. CHARLTON DECLARED MENTALLY RESPONSIBLE COMO, Italy (Via Paris), June . Porter Charlton, the American accused of having murdered his wife at their villa here In June, 1910, was declared to day to have bnen mentally responsible at the time of his wife's death. An opinion to this effect wss pre sented In court here today by Prof. Maggloeito, who was appointed to ex- ' nmtne Charlton's mental condition at the t'me he Is alleged to have committed the murder. Charlton's trial la to be opened early next montn. lie nas just mm- i pleted a lengthy autobiography which he Intends to present In court, together with a long document which he has composed i In his defense. AUTHORITIES RECOVER MORE CASH THAN STOLEN RAVENNA, Nob., June lt'rfpeclal ) El Ptantor's saloon was robbed Inst night of t4" in silver. whl h had been left In the cash register. During The day a transient laborer was picked up br ' .police, who admitted stealing the money. piloted the policeman a half mile up -.e creek and got the money. Though I the pilsoner wns known to he "broke" I the dny before, the suck contsined about I more than was stolen from tha n. ' non. Tl.e owner of the rest of tli I money lias not been located MONKS ARRESTED ON CHARGES OF ESPI0NGF BARI. Italy (Via Parim. .lime 6 -Five i monks from the Domlnlcsn Monastery ! here were arrested today after the monsstery had been searched by soldiers. I Residents of Pari stated that during the night flashlights sppesred over the ana, and In this connection suspicion fell upon I the monks. They sre to be brought he- ; Msrtln L. Wugarii n, 1 1 mi. my. uiM I fore a. court-mart la I. his wife and d-muhier ' renin, el M'-'t'.- I After th arrests had been made cltixena ' da v from an extcp.Vd v'it In l..,s .".u Jof Barl attempted to attaek the monks, , gelus. Mr. fiugsrnuin will at tui'r i. but they were rescued by tho police. sums his law practice TO PROBE S(ANDAL AT NAYALACADEUY Daniels Appoints Court of Inquiry to Investigate Charges Against Seven Middies. WILSON APPROVES DISMISSALS WASHINGTON, June . Follow-! tng a conference with President Wil son yesterday, Secretary Daniels ap pointed a court of Inquiry to investi gate charges that seven midshipmen at the Annapolis Naval academy had secured advance Information on ex aminations. The court will make a sweeping in quiry, however, into reports that other midshipmen and possibly some Instructors were Involved In the Irregularities. No attempt was made at the Navy depart ment tonight to minimise the gravity of the situation. l'rarllce frsltr Postponed. Tho annual practice cruise of the mid shipmen, which was to have begun next week, has been Indefinitely postponed In order that students at the academy may testify before the court of Inquiry, which will be convened at Annapolis next Mon-doj-. 1 in ring his conference with Hecretary Daniels, President Wilson approved rec ommendations that three cadets at the academy charged with Irregularities In connection with recent examinations be dismissed from the servtcs. The secre tary refused to make public the names of the midshipmen, all of whom were lower class men. One of them was charged with having offered a bribe to a civilian employe of the academy for advanoe In formation on an examination, whlla It was alleged that the other two broke Into professor's room to ascertain the stand- Inc they had attained In an examination. Members of Cnart. The court which will Investigate the situation Is composed of Captain R. L. Russell, former judge advocate general of the navy; Captain A. T. Long. Commander L. R. de Htelguer and Lieutenant Com mander W. C. Watt, who will act aa Judge advocate. The seven midshipmen whose rases will furnish the basis for the Investigation have already been recommended for dis missal by the academy Iward, but Secre tary Daniels, following a personal Investi gation of the situation at the academy this week, decldod that It was best to go thoroushi Into all charges Involving others. The seven midshipmen under spectflo charges are Ralph McK. Nelson. Jr., of New York, Chaplin Kvtns of Virginia. Stuart Hamllson of Connecticut, Leonard P. Wessels of North Carolina. Donald B. Duncan of Michigan, Thomas W. Harri son. lr . of Vlrslnta and James E. Moss of Maryland. Third In His Class. Nelson la ths only first class man among the seven directly Involved. Hs stood third In hla class and had achieved a reputation aa a mathematician. His diploma was withheld at tha graduation exercises yesterday. Four More Trawlers Sunk by the Germans liONDON, June . Four more trawlers have been sunk by German submarines. , The attacks occurred off Peterhead yes terday, and the Dogberry of Hull, in.. irmmnn ef flHmtV- and flsseholind and Curlew of Sunderland, were the vlc t1mg The Hull trawler Bardolph has also been sunk by a submarine. The crews of alt the trawlers wars saved. . . , . ' Affl IIVRTI til ft VOtft COPENHAGEN (via London). June t- The panisn rarnameni looay. on me anniversary of the signing of the first constitution by Frederick VII, In 1849. unanimously passed ths new constltu- ! "ont which confers the suffrage on . , i,r"", r" llc,T" -7 't wealthier classes. The King signed xne i constitution (his afternoon. Hungary Will Have Coalition Cabinet LONDON, June a The Exchange Tele graph company haa published a dis patch from Vienna, received by way of Amsterdam, saying It Is now practically certain that a coalition government Is to be formed In Hungary. Borne of the ministers of the opposition will be given leading positions. CHICAGO AUTO THIEVES ARE TAKEN IN LINCOLN LINCOLN, June -sher1ff Hyers snd a deputy today arrested two men giving the names of Archie Davis and Charles Ruff on the charge of stealing automo biles. A largo tourlii't car, newly made. m'fta In t hl r rn mjum mi nn sanrl an f f r ho In T ! put In lall the men admitted they had stolen it at Chicago last Monday and driven through to l.lnroln. arriving Thursday. Rusplclnn was directed toward them when they were seen trying to 1 change the appearance of the car. I j FOUR NFRRnsKAMi Wll I GRnnijdTc AT OBERLIN -(Speclsl Tele- CRKHMN. O., June grsm. 1 The eighty-second nd annual .llepe will In com mencMiiciit of Oberlln col ic heli Jut.e 13 to 18. Among the mnriv otes will be these from Nebraska College of Arts and B' lonie with rtenree of Tiacliclor of Arts, .Tucob P. Kni!ir, Wlsner; Kleanor Patrick, ilmn'ii: wl'lt dei'ree MnHter of Arts. Hi'cirite L. Orahani, York: from the 'i I. nr.- with diploma, ilullork ltouw, Otn-iha. SUGARMvi RETURNS TO RFwl.'MF l.W PRACTICE GREAT BATTLE STAGED AROUND 6RQ0EK LAKES Indication! of General Combat Be tween Runian and Teutonic Allies South of Lem berg. VIENNA SAYS SLAVS FLEEING Britith Are Hopeful that Things Looking Up a Little in Gallipoli. OPERATIONS THERE ARE SLOW The Day's War Nexv THR AMERICAN NOTE, to fca seat to Berllm la reply to the Herman Bote on the Americas demands, haa beea completed, bat la aot ret la the haads of the learal officers of the State department. Aa a oa seqaenee the note will aot he for. warded to Oermaar at aa early date aa was expected. IN PRANCR the Hermans admit the loss to the French of tho aasjar refinery at Benches, hat declare that aa attaek by the enemy at Neavllle has beea repalsed. Aloaar tha other fronts la the west little of Importance baa oeoniied. IN THR ITALIAN war theater the Vleaaa War office declares that nothing- of Importaaoe bns oc curred, bat from Cblnsso, iwltser land, eomo reports that tha In adlnsT Italians are makJasr absw progress la aoathern Tyrol, where. It Is stated, the Aastrlaa military antborttles have decided fo remove the el-rll aopatatlea. A DISPATCH rilOM TIBNNA Bars that It Is aow vtrtaally eertala that a coalition srorerameat la to be formed la llanaary. It'BMARIHB ACTIVITY tor tha Hermans continues, according- to a dispatch from Kirkwall, Orkney Islands, which states that three more British Teasels have beea saak. ' HEAVY FIGHTING Is still la prop rss la Hallela, where the A astro Hermans are attempting aa encir cling movement against Lemberg, acb as proved aaeeeesfal at Prse. myal. LONDON. Juna 6. A further ad-, vance of tha Teutonic allies toward Moaciika, with Indication of a great battle near the Grodelc lakea, senitb of Lemberg-, are contained In reports from the Oallcian front. The Austro Qerman military authorities, accord ing to these reports, anticipate seri ous opposition in the G rod eg. lakes region on the part of the Russians, reinforced by a large number of re serves. With this event forecast In ths south eastern war theater., both ths Russians snd the Austro-Qermans continue light ing along the entire front In Oallcla. , "-Ports from Vienna declars that tho i Russians are In full retreat, although tha I'rugrad war office maintains that tha advance of the enemy haa been arrested ten miles west ot Prseinysl. Fighting on OalUpoll. A dispatch from Mltylene that a com bined general offensive against tho Turkish positions began yesterday, and Winston Ppencsr Churchill's statement at Dundee t has the allied forces are' within a few miles of victory Is taken' as Indication that things ars moving a. little mors quickly on tha Gallipoli pen-' Insula, where the Anglo-French troops, ure fighting for positions which will give them command of the Dardanelles. These operations have been necessarily slow. After landing, ths first allied. (Continued on Page Two, Column Two.) Woman Badly Cut When Engine Hits Auto at Crossing Miss Lena Mehllng. 2S20 Avenue H. Council Bluffs, sustslned lacerations about ths head when an auto In which she was riding was struck by Mlssaj.i Pacific switch engine No. MS at Forty eighth and Leavenworth street. Tho crew of the locomotive wcro I'.ngtneor-JU Johnson snd Fireman 8. F. Johnson. 1 Flagman William La Page says ha j signalled the car which was coming west J on leavenworlh to stop, but It proceeded i and as the rear wheels crossed the track, the engine which was backing north at tached to a string of cars struck ths rear wheels, denioltsliuiK them. i .ueir if was thrown forward from ths resr seat and struck the windshield. Other occupants of the car who wero unhurt consisted of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rich. Mft Houth Seventh street. Council Bluffs, and Burt McCreary, Til East iBroadway, Council Bluffs. After being carried Into . the C. R. Caughlan drug store Miss Mehllng was attended by Drs. Shook and Zlmmeres and taken home. Two Engine Men Die In Wreck of Train ST. PAUL, . nl. i.. Tr,:,..r, . v Tliol . vt, nil.'. I w l'i :i Mini.. J'-ne .-Fnglner Vli i:i'M(!l, and Firemen t r-i 1. 1, w.-re killed Is" t Ii'ii m.'o MIInnl;eo ft S . - v. k w k -d two tnlli I ' ti ; 'i. .i. 'i i- I ' s r -i i l e.l I l v,l,l -It 1 i To lint stri:' 1 In -;, I' H'?t nod by 1 ti i .or ' , '. A Omat i , 'n -.mi t. iii i i I. !il s I i:i.v-!:u.'i- 'u . 'i.in Dorsey ai I ; ' 11 .1 . ..I'.H he 4.4!aI v . . ''niii. 'I'l l ii -l'i -iru 'k a stivtcl. J'l iol. v h'i 1- 1(1,4 Im n partly iu 'awiiy by U.e heavy rains.